October 22, 2019October 22, 2019Read more
Of the popular vote, 65.6% of Canadians voted for parties that support carbon pricing. Of 338 seats in the House of Commons, 67% of them (227 seats) were secured by pro carbon pricing politicians. The seat breakdown was as follows: Liberals 157, Bloc Québécois, 32; New Democrats 24; Greens…
October 26, 2018October 26, 2018Read more
Thirteenth time lucky is what the foray onto Parliament Hill will be remembered as. While on the hill, there were indications that carbon fee and dividend was going to be announced as the official backstop policy for pricing carbon pollution. For example, Independent Senator for Edmonton, AB Senator Grant Mitchell said,…
October 23, 2018October 23, 2018Read more
Trudeau said, “It is free to pollute, so we have too much pollution.” He presented the solution simply too, saying, “Starting next year, it will no longer be free to pollute anywhere in Canada. We are going to place a price on the pollution that causes climate change from…
April 19, 2018
SPECIAL EARTH DAY MEDIA RELEASE: Frequently asked questions about the climate crisis, Canada and carbon pricingApril 19, 2018Read more
Canada is at a crossroads which will determine our role in creating the climate conditions of our planet for the next 150 years. In the next 18 months, Canada will have four critical elections in Ontario, Quebec, Alberta and a national election. Fortunately, the majority of Canadians understand climate change….
January 19, 2018January 19, 2018Read more
In an interview with the Canadian Press PM Trudeau expressed his preference that there be carbon rebates directly to people in holdout provinces making the Canadian federal backstop carbon pricing program potentially the first carbon fee and dividend system enacted in the world!
February 9, 2017February 9, 2017Read more
As Prime Minister Trudeau prepares for his upcoming first official encounter with US President Donald Trump, here some facts about climate action in the USA Canadians might not be aware of.